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is terribly unfair. >> just about one minute left. take us to the big picture between the don 'nique strauss-kahn case, and everyone jumped to judgment about a character, unsavory, but may not be guilty of what he was charged with. is there a bigger constitutional lesson in this, savannah, about the presumption of innocence a day after july 4th we should take pride in? >> take pride in our jury system. the fact the prosecutors have to put on a case beyond a reasonable doubt and also something for people to consider is what your notion and concept of justice is. casey anthony was acquitted in a court of law, but i wonder about the life she'll have from now, and i think about another verdict, 15 years ago, people thought was a miscarriage of gist is, o.j. simpson. think about what happened to him in the years that followed. so we'll have to wait and see. i don't think this is the end of casey anthony's story. >> i think in both cases the system seems to have worked in that prosecutors were able to pursue the truth and in one case you have an acquittal. the other case probably a dismiss when th
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